A farmer caught alleged fly-tippers in the act by blocking them in with a car, tractor and forklift truck when they attempted to dump rubbish on his private land.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Steve Jones, 65, and his sons snared the suspects at Harvel House Farm near Meopham, Kent, after giving chase in a dramatic clip.
The farmer noticed that rubbish was left on his land at the same time everyday, and so decided to head down to the location to see if he could catch them in the act.
After sitting in wait, the suspects turned up at around 9.45am as expected.
Mr Jones blocked them in with his car, before his sons Trevor and Jos joined him in a tractor and a rough-terrain forklift and trapped them on the land.
He told KentOnline: 'We wouldn't go a month without fly-tipping generally. It ranges from people clearing out their shed to people who are doing it serially.
Steve Jones, 65, and his sons, block fly-tippers in with a tractor, forklift truck and a car after catching them trying to dump rubbish on their private land in Kent
'It's quite regular, but this lot were coming every day, which was a bit silly of them because it made them easy to catch.
'We knew roughly what sort of time they were